Volume 5, Issue 2

Volume 5, Issue 2 of the CHS Research Bulletin contains the work of fellows who conducted research at the Center for Hellenic Studies during the 2016-17 academic year and presented papers at the biannual Research Symposium on April 28, 2017.

Persistent identifier for this issue: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.jissue:CHS_Research_Bulletin.Vol_05.Issue_02.2017


“Deciphering Greek Amphora Stamps”
Nathan Badoud, University of Fribourg
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“At the Table of the Gods? Divine Appetites and Animal Sacrifice”
Mat Carbon, Université de Liège
Abstract | Paper

“Archaeology Through Archives: The Early History of the Archaeological Research in Boeotia Through Original Historical Archives”
Ioannis Fappas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Abstract | Paper

“Scholarship and Leadership on the Black Sea: Clearchus of Heraclea as (Un)Enlightened Tyrant”
Jason Harris, Center for Hellenic Studies
Abstract | Paper

“Two Tombs for Hyrnetho: A Case Study in Localism and Mythographic Topography”
Greta Hawes, Australian National University
Abstract | Paper

“Swelling Women: Formulaics in the Hesiodic Catalogue”
Athena Kirk, Cornell University
Abstract | Paper

“Place and Identity in Pindar’s Olympian 2”
Virginia Lewis, Florida State University
Abstract | Paper

“Greek Colonies and Their Neighbors in Rough Cilicia”
Naoise Mac Sweeney, University of Leicester
Abstract | Handout | Paper

“Between Seriousness and Play: Imperial Platonic Readings of the Aristotelian Natural Problems (Plutarch, Taurus, Apuleius) ”
Michiel Meeusen, King’s College London
Abstract | Handout | Paper

“Διονύσιος: The Grammarian, the Potter, and the Ghosts”
Maria Nasioula, Hellenic Ministry of Culture
Abstract | Paper

“Συνοίκησις in Mycenaean Times? The Political and Cultural Geography of Attica in the 2nd Millennium BC”
Nikolas Papadimitriou, Museum of Cycladic Art
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